Analog Channel Native 6

Analog_Channel_Native_Monitor

Analog experience

Analog Channel emulates the sounds of high-end analog tape machines, tape, and channel amplifiers. Analog Channel is 2 plugins: AC101—Emulates analog channel amplifier circuits AC202—Emulates analog tape machines The AC101 configuration acts as a digital pre-amp allowing even excessive amounts of gain without digital distortion.

A drive control determines where the audio “sits” in the saturation/compression region, and even the attack and release times of the distortion character are adjustable. The AC202 configuration emulates analog tape machines.

In addition to standard tape machine parameters such as bias, playback speed, and IEC1/2 equalization, AC202 offers controls well beyond the limits of the reel-world devices including adjustable low frequency roll off and head bump—independent of playback speed. The user can select from several playback head types, tape formulations, and even control the tape saturation recovery time.

Features

  • Library of presets emulating analog mixing systems

  • Real-time display of saturation curves and calibrations

  • Analog saturation modeling

  • Double precision processing

  • Ultra low latency

  • Mono and stereo versions

System requirements

OS
Windows Windows 7 and later
Mac Mac OS 10.8.x and later
SOFTWARE
Pro Tools Pro Tools | First, Pro Tools 10.x and later
OTHER
Max Sample Rate 192 kHz
Copy Protection Requires iLok

Specifications

PLUGIN TYPE
Other
FORMAT
AAX Native
VST
AU

This product is tested by the Seller for support of current versions of the indicated Avid products and operating systems. For compatibility questions related to older systems, please contact the Seller.

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